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Steve Cowin
10-24-2006, 07:45 PM
Interested people are invited to the Donald H. Enlow International
Research Symposium: An Integrative Approach to Skeletal Biology. The
Symposium will honor the life and career of Donald H. Enlow, Ph.D.,
Emeritus Professor of Orthodontics at Case Western Reserve
University. This two-day conference heralds Enlow's integrative
approach to human skeletal development and morphology that has come
to define the state-of-the-art relationship between health and basic
sciences. Research topics based upon Enlow's scientific contributions
will be presented and a lifetime collection of bone histological
slides will be made publicly accessible, so that new pathways for
acquiring knowledge about the development, evolution, function,
disease, and environmental context of the skeleton can be created.
Specific areas of research influenced by Enlow's work include
paleontology, hard tissue biology, orthodontics, and anthropology.
Dates: Monday-Tuesday, November 6-7, 2006
Location: NYU College of Dentistry, Saklad Auditorium, 345 East 24th
Street, New York, NY 10010 (map at
Registration: To register or get more information, please email Dr.
Timothy G. Bromage at tim.bromage@nyu.edu, call 212.998.9703, or fax
To download the Symposium order of speakers (updated 10/24), go to


For bone research information, visit http://www.bonenet.net/
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